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- Busy Toddler, Happy Mom: Over 280 Activities to Engage your Toddler in Small Motor and Gross Motor Activities, Crafts, Language Development and Sensory Play by Kristen Jervis Cacka and Gayle Jervis 
- Ramblers: Loyola Chicago 1963 — The Team that Changed the Color of College Basketball by Michael Lenehan 
- The Amazing World Of Herbs: How To Instantly Improve Your Recipes (Cooking With Herbs, Herbs and Spices, Herbs) by Natalie Johnson 
- Ghosts of New York City: The Haunted Locations of The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island by Jeffrey Fisher 
- The Synchronicity War Part 1 by Dietmar Wehr (Science fiction) 
- Mountain Man by Keith C. Blackmore (Horror/Zombies) 
- DOMINATUS by D.W. Ulsterman (Military dystopian fiction) 
- Rod of the Wicked (Church Boyz Book 1) by H.H. Fowler (Urban Christian fiction) 
- A Girl, A Guy and A Ghost by Patricia Mason (Humorous romantic suspense) 
- ABSOLUTION (A Frank Renzi Novel) by Susan A. Fleet (Suspense/Crime thriller) 
- Island of Fog (Book 1) by Keith Robinson (Children’s fantasy) 
- Pride and Honour – The Battle for Saxony by Nathaniel Burns (Medieval historical fiction) 
- The Call of Agon: Book One of The Children of Telm by Dean F. Wilson (Epic fantasy) 
- The Ambush of My Name by Jeffrey Marks (Historical mystery) 
- Nobody’s Slave by Tim Vicary (Historical drama) 
- Atomic Aardvark by Ryan Guy (Humor/Satire) 
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